- India-West Indies third ODI match on Wednesday
- The third match of the ODI series will be played in Port of Spain
- India have a chance to clean sweep West Indies
IND vs WI 3rd ODI Weather: Like the first two matches, the third ODI of the series between India and West Indies will also be played in Port of Spain. The Indian team has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series by winning two matches of the series. Under the leadership of captain Shikhar Dhawan, the young players of the team performed well in the first two matches. Especially in the second match, Axar Patel won everyone’s heart with his stormy innings. India won this match by two wickets amid the thrill of the last over. During the first match, the weather in Port of Spain remained clear, which ended the match without any hindrance and the audience got a full dose of entertainment. In the second match, rain interrupted for a while but this match was also played in full. Now it is the turn of the third match of the series of three ODIs. This match will be played on Wednesday, which will start at 7.00 pm Indian time. Will both the teams get the same kind of weather favors in this match as well? Let us know how the weather of Port of Spain will be during the third ODI.
How will the weather in Port of Spain be during the third match?
During the third match, there is a high chance of rain in Port of Spain on Wednesday. According to the weather forecast, it may rain in the afternoon in Port of Spain on Wednesday. This rain can last for two hours. Let us inform that during the second match, rain was forecast for one hour. There is an 82 percent chance of rain on Sunday. There is a 24 percent chance of rain with thunder and lightning. Clouds and sun can be seen in the morning and there may be some splashes. The temperature in Port of Spain will be 36 degrees on the day of the match. The bottom line is that the third match of the series can be interrupted due to rain.
Toss will be important due to rain
Both the matches of the ongoing series in Port of Spain have been high scoring so far. Scores of more than 300 were scored in both the matches. The third match will also be no different but it may be a bit difficult to bat later when it rains in the afternoon. Heavy wind and weather can benefit the fast bowlers. In this case, the team winning the toss may decide to bat first.
Team India heavy on Windies in Port of Spain
After winning the second ODI of the series, the Indian team has played nine ODIs in Port of Spain since 2011, out of which they have won eight while one match ended inconclusive.
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